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MS SQL Maestro 6.6 released

Jun 12, 2006

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A new version of MS SQL Maestro, a powerful Windows GUI solution for Microsoft SQL server administration and database development, has been released.

Please consider the list of all new features implemented in MS SQL Maestro 6.6:

Server management extensions:

  • implemented Foreign key references, the feature allows you to manage foreign keys that are created in other tables and reference columns of the current table.
Interface improvements:
  • SQL Editor improvements: now you can execute each query in a separate thread in order to continue your work with the software while the query is executing. The Procedure Editor is also improved for the purpose of executing the routine asynchronously;

  • MS SQL Maestro wizards' windows are resizable now for more usability;

  • Now the server version can be viewed from the tool tip of the database node;

  • added an ability to edit object properties directly from the explorer tree without opening the object editor; it helps you to make your work with your SQL Server database objects faster;

  • added an ability to rename an object directly from the explorer tree without opening its editor;

  • added more key shortcuts: a new query can be created in SQL Editor using the Ctrl+N shortcut and deleted using the Ctrl+R shortcut.

In addition to this, several bugs were fixed and some other minor improvements and corrections were made.

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